So gizmodo had listed a story about the new iphone patent. It showed up as an rss feed but the story has been removed. Here is what i was able to capture from the RSS feed. "The US Patent and Trademark Office has published today a 372-page document detailing every known and unknown aspect of the iPhone. As you can imagine, the most interesting bits of patent 20080122796 are the features never detailed before—like video conference, GPS, widget creator, and video recording. Apple secrecy often pushes USPTO patent publication to just mere days before the release of the actual product, to avoid the disclosure of new products or features. Could this mean that we will see some—if not all—of these new listed features in the upcoming iPhone 2.0? We don't know for sure, but here's the complete list for you to judge.• Communication Module• Contact/Motion Module• Graphics Module• Text Input Module• GPS ModuleApplications• Contacts Module• Telephone Module• Video conference Module• E-mail Client Module• Instant messaging Module• Blogging Module• Camera Module• Image Management Module• Video Player Module• Music Player Module• Browsing ModuleWidgetsWeatherStocksCalculator Alarm ClockDictionaryUser-created widgetWidget Creator Module (Web clip?)Search ModuleWhat feature would you like to see in the next generation iPhone, apart from bloody copy and paste? [Cellpassion—thanks Jon] "